RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. (AP) — Three Democratic candidates for North Carolina governor are heading back to a television studio to explain why they believe they're best suited to become the party's nominee next month.
Tuesday's debate at the studios of University of North Carolina Television in Research Triangle Park will mark the second live TV discussion between Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, state Rep. Bill Faison and former U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge in as many nights.
The trio largely agreed with each other at Monday's WRAL-TV debate on the need for additional revenues for education and on Republican state budget criticisms. Faison attempted to differentiate himself on issues of job creation, fracking and efforts to oppose the GOP agenda at the Legislature.
Another debate is scheduled for Wednesday night, the eve of the early voting period.
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